Early Years (3-7) PGCE

London South Bank University Department of Education
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Postgraduate
  • London (Inglaterra)
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Covers Foundation and Key Stage 1 curriculum. You'll spend 24 weeks on placements in both inner and outer city state schools. Leads to qualified teacher status.

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London
103 Borough Road, SE1 0AA, London, Inglaterra
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Early Years
IT

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Modules

H Level Modules
  • Key Stage 1 core curriculum
    This module covers all aspects of the English, mathematics, science and computing national curriculum at Key Stage 1.
  • Professional studies
    This module covers theories of learning, planning, teaching and assessment, classroom management and employment. 
  • Foundation subjects
    This module covers the national curriculum foundation subjects including: history, geography, art and design, music, and design technology and links this to progression from the early years areas of learning and development.
  • School experience
    School experience begins in week four of the course. During your Reading Mentor placement you'll be placed in a local school three times a week, gaining experience in the teaching of reading. You'll have opportunities to work with a designated child to develop an in-depth understanding of how teaching relates to pupil learning and progress. Your first block school experience is eight weeks and culminates with you leading a class. School experience 2 is a nine week block, and by the end of this placement you will be expected to teach the whole class for up to three days a week.
     
  • Alternative education setting
    In term two you will arrange your own placement following your interests in an Alternative Education Setting. This placement is designed to give you  a wider view of education and develop explicit skills that you will then be able to take into mainstream practice. For example you may choose to work in a Special Educational Needs setting or in a Pupil Referral Unit. 
M Level Modules
  • Equality, inclusion and citizenship
    This module will allow you to reflect on key issues such as equality, diversity and sustainability in the educational context. You'll undertake a small piece of classroom research. 
  • Early Years Education
    This module provides you with the academic background that underpins key educational concepts and learning development theory in the Early Years. The module supports you in developing your understanding of how to plan and manage the curriculum across the Early Years phase and appropriately deploy resources and manage staff and home-school links.